Kudos to ExOfficio Give-N-Go Underwear
Fly Rod & Reel magazine has awarded ExOfficio’s Give-N-Go performance underwear a 2009 Kudo Award for helping to make fly fishing more comfortable, more enjoyable, more convenient and more fun.
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December 8, 2008: Tukwila, WA â€“ Fly Rod & Reel magazine has awarded ExOfficio’s Give-N-Goâ„¢ performance underwear a 2009 Kudo Award for helping to make fly fishing more comfortable, more enjoyable, more convenient and more fun.
Now in its 30th year, the Fly Rod & Reel Kudo Awards are given to what its reviewers believe are exceptional products that reflect the best and brightest ideas in fly fishing. The 2009 Kudo awards will be featured in Fly Rod & Reel’s January/February 2009 issue.
â€œThe Fly Rod and Reel Kudo Award is an industry goal for every manufacturer, and to capture this award is a significant honor,â€ said Steve Bendzak, ExOfficio General Manager. â€œExOfficio has been focused on the adventurous angler’s needs for over 20 years and a Kudo for our underwear speaks volumes to the appreciation that the angler has for the technical merits we engineer into ExOfficio apparel.â€
ExOfficio’s Give-N-Go performance underwear (94% nylon/6% spandex) enables travelers to pack less. Give-N-Go is extremely comfortable, wicks moisture and dries in a few hours. It also features the AEGIS Microbe ShieldÂ® finish to fight odor and bacteria.
ExOfficio won a Fly Rod & Reel Kudo Award in 1996 for its Baja Shirt.
ExOfficio has been creating the ultimate apparel for worldly exploration since 1987. Built on the success of the ultimate fly-fishing shirt, the company has evolved into a leading travel apparel brand known for innovative technical features and performance benefits that enhance the travel experience. ExOfficio is sold internationally in specialty outdoor, fly-fishing, travel and luggage stores. Products are also available in ExOfficio retail stores and online. ExOfficio supports numerous social and environmental organizations including World Concern, Medical Teams International and the African Wildlife Foundation, among others. For more information visit, www.exofficio.com.